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care of. we will be back right after this. >> gus: from norman, oklahoma, our scored is 6-7, o wurks. doug rigg is 6'1", 237 senior from new jersey. debergen catholic high school and second-year starter at will linebacker. fifth leading tackler on the mountaineers last year. as i mentioned, although it is a very scary looking scene, players are given the best medical attention. he is moving his hands as you can see. and these situations are done for precautionary measures because they want to make sure that every player on this field gets a chance to have the best medical care. there are medics who are there. we will try to get you information on the status of doug rigg as soon as we learn something. >> charles: this is where it's very difficult for both sets of coaches because you're concerned -- >> gus: all right. he is waving his arms! >> charles: that's great. >> gus: these some of the greatest folks you'll meet. we come to college campuses and they are like super human beings. so resilient and so positive and dedicated and focused. doug rigg, he waved his arms as he was carted o
, is a meteorologist from oklahoma. he knows exactly how fast the ♪ wind comes sweeping down the plains ♪ (laughter) happy birthday to google which turns 15 today. just three more years and they can turn the safe search off. (laughter) this is "the colbert report." (cheers and applause) (cheers and applause) >> stephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen. (audience chanting "stephen") welcome to the "report," everybody out there, in here, all around the world, ladies and gentlemen! (cheers and applause) folks, good to have you with us, folks. you asked these people, they know, i've got a bug up my ass. (laughter) that's not the only place. (laughter) i'll tell you, i've been warning you for years -- here's what it's about. i've been warning you for years that barack obama is a weak leader and he has proven me right once again. damn my gift! (laughter) the man could not lead us on health care reform. he could not lead us on the budget talks. and now he can not lead us into war. specifically with syria! where dictator and high school freshman trying to grow a mustache bashar al-assad -- (laughter). -- h
out there who are not from the oklahoma area, let me explain that you are gary england, the chief meteorologist at kw t.v., oklahoma's news leader. >> correct. >> stephen: oklahoma's own news 9, oklahoma city. you were the top-rated meteorologist in oklahoma for 40 years. tornado alley. if there was a tornado coming you tier guy that people talk to. in fact, you appeared in the movie "twister" as a tornado expert. (laughter) >> true. true story. it was quite fascinating. they never called back. (laughter) >> stephen: how do you become a famous -- can i say weatherman or is that an insult to meteorologists? >> whatever you want to call me. >> stephen: a cloud jockey! (laughter) how do you become a superstar rock star in meteorology? >> long hours, a lot of days, a lot of tornadoes, people build confidence in you. they trust you, you become a part of their family because you're on with them all the time during a severe weather and if you were a child at home i would say to you "children that are home alone, this is what i want you do. if you don't have a cellor or basement go to the
minutes at one being used and we'll go live to the national press club where oklahoma governor mary fallin will speak. she's the chair of the national governors association and she will talk about her initiative on education and jobs training. that starts at 1 p.m. eastern. >> this weekend look for booktv lies full day coverage of the national book festival each of the authors include kay bailey hutchison, taylor branch, and rick atkinson. looking ahead to october, -- >> young people, young children say how can you be in the congress? you got arrested. [laughter] you violated the law. and i said they were bad laws. they were customs, they were traditions, and we wanted america to be better. we wanted america to live up to the declaration of independence, live up to our creed. made real our democracy. make it real. so when i got arrested the first time, this book, i felt free. i felt liberated, and today more than ever before i feel free and liberated. you know, abraham lincoln, 150 years ago freed the slaves. but it took the modern-day civil rights movement to free unemployment rate a nati
. or see it saturday on c span. we continue the series live next monday. >>> oklahoma governor and chair of the national governor's association marry fall lynn was at the national press club today to talk about education and work force training initiative called america works. this is an hour. [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] of the national press club. we are the world's leading professional organization for journalists committed to our profession's future through pramenting such as events like this while fostering a free press worldwide. for more information about the national press club, please visit our website at www.press.org. to donate to programs offered to the public through our national press club journalism institute please visit press.org/institute. on behalf our members worldwide i would like to welcome our speaker and those in the audience today. our head table includes guests of our speaker as well as working journalists who are club members. if you hear applause i would note members of the general public attend. it's not necessarily evidence of a lack of journalistic
center is oklahoma's largest women's prison. this state incarcerates more women, reading or writing poetry than they are but they're also convicted killers. >> smile with your broken teeth mourning in the morning to nothing but death, you bet we'll reap and it won'ting wedding white. >> i don't have a choice of what i eat. it would either kill or be killed. somebody's life is really hard. >> the rising number of elderly prisoners - and the price tag for that trend - comes as state budgets are being squeezed across the country. oklahoma has been hit particularly hard. >> the second round of budget reductions took a lot of our treatment. we have no substance abuse treatment, contractually or otherwise at the medium security level down. i know you've been to some of our medium security facilities. so we have to go back to our 10,000 plus volunteers, people that are retired professionals, people that work with faith-based groups or prison ministries, and ask them to do more, to fill in the gaps. >> on a recent sunday evening, the west moore community church band is doing just that, play
about 20 miles southwest of downtown oklahoma city, a town called mustang. once farmers and ranchers and the land and it's bigger now but folks still hold tight to their roots. >> pretty quiet community for the most part. >> reporter: faith connects community here and people stay lifelong friends. >> it is a small town feel. very much neighbors helping neighbors. >> reporter: in a place like mustang, neighbors know almost there is to know about each other, for better or worse. >> 911, state your emergency. >> reporter: when the unthinkable happened, it would be all the more startling when the secrets came tumbling out. >> i heard a lot of things that shocked me that i never would have imagined. >> reporter: had evil invaded mustang? >> i'm in mustang, america. who would [ bleep ] do that. >> reporter: or come from within? >> it created a lot of fear for a lot of people. >> it was my first real w whodunnit. >> reporter: keith ryan was oklahoman to the core, proudly raised in the sooner state. he married his wife becky at 18 and stetettled in mustang. she rolled out the carpet for when
. they upset the 11th ranked oklahoma state. oklahoma state with the touchdown when jw walsh gets intercepted by ishmo banks. and banks is going to dive into the end zone. this was originally ruled down. but it was reviewed. later on getting this first start at quarterback, he is going to throw one up to kevin white. west virginia takes a 14-7 lead. cowboys down three. ben grogan field goal to tie it. west virginia go on to stun oklahoma state 30-21. uv on taking on pittsburgh. james coner bullying his way into the end zone. pitt takes a 7-0 lead. quarterback drew wattford ludsing the snap. two fumbles in the game. tom savitch drops back and finds him for the score. they beat virginia 14-3 panthers 3 and 1 on the season. navy on the road. the hill sttoppers second quart. running the action here the quarterback gets crushed by an drew jackson. reynolds down on the field. he did not return to the game. the hilltoppers were doing just fine. andrews from 11 yards out finds paydirt. two touchdowns on the day for him. western kentucky go on to win 19-7. georgetown loses to princeton today 15-22. to
to be a really good game. >> graham, notre dame they're looking to getting another beating up from oklahoma. oklahoma will look for their revenge. they had have made it two, can they make it three? >> no, they're not going to be able to beat oklahoma. this is a far different oklahoma team than the past two years. the new quarterback at oklahoma proves that he's just not just a running quarterback. he's a thrower and through for over 400 yards against tulsa a few weeks ago. defensively they're good, but offensively they've struggled and they can't keep up. they keep their defense off the field. oklahoma is going to blow them out, i think. >> as for the number one team in the country. alabama hosting ole miss. they have not looked very sharp on offense. is this the upset special of the week? >> yes, and quite frankly alabama has not looked sharp on defense either. ole miss is talking all sorts of trash about how their offense is better than texas a&mand their receivers are better than texas a&m. if that's true they're going light alabama up, especially in the secondary. i don't know what alab
. >>> breaking news from norman, oklahoma, where there's been an explosion and fire at a chemical plant near tulsa. flames could be seen shooting into the night sky around the plant. residents in the immediate area have been ordered to evacuate as a precaution. none of the plant employees were hurt. we'll stay on top of this throughout the entire morning for you. >>> now, the latest on the navy yard shooting. the navy launching an intense investigation into how warning signs about the suspected shooter were missed. >> and abc news has learned new details about the deadly rampage. abc's tahman bradley is joining us this morning from the navy yard where workers are returning for the first time. good morning, tahman. >> reporter: good morning, diana. good morning, john. workers are back at the navy yard today. security is tight. as for the killer, we learned of the chilling message he left on his gun. the washington navy yard reopens today. but questions still remain about the shooter who killed 12 people. >> there were a lot of red flags. why they didn't get picked up, those are all legitimate
opinions about u.s. involvement in syria. in oklahoma, many people have strong views about the u.s. getting involved in syria civil war. john harwood joins us from midwest city, oklahoma where he asked residents how they feel about the syrian crisis. i know you have a lot of good stories to tell us, john. >> reporter: susie, lots on syria and budget and financial issues, as well. we got a taste of it in oklahoma's fourth district. the republican representative went to tinker air force base and heard the base had been hurt but budget sequester and furloughs. they simply can't afford the shut down that some republicans threatened. >> i don't know what you would do on the flying operations and how that would operate, especially if, you know, with a mission if they have to do the nuclear mission that the navy is responsible for on a day to day basis. the counter drug counter operations that you have along with the north american defense. i'm not sure how you do that in a total shut down. >> come to my town hall tonight. >> reporter: and indeed, at that town hall tonight, conservatives said a sh
remains just a suspect, but charges have not been filed. >>> in oklahoma, a dry spring and wet summer created a cricket swarm of biblical proportions. check this out. a larger than usual mating season has filled the air with deafening chirps and a putrid odor. i didn't know they stunk. experts urge residents of the state to be patient as they expect the invasion to last for several weeks. weeks? bill karins joins me with a look at the weather. does mother nature kind of help out with that? with the rain? >> i don't know. i think they are -- >> an odor? >> i think their life cycles take care of it. >> it's mating season, though. >> a cricket wasn't smelly, was he? >> i liked jiminy cricket. >> cute. >>> as far as the weather in the west, thunderstorms and heavy rain around seattle and tacoma. the seattle-tacoma international airport, almost two inches of rain last night. very unusual to get this much rain this time of year from a storm system to the east of you. the western rain-wrapped storm continues right down i-5. portland has gotten steady rain. 0.75 inches overnight. doesn't real
idea of the crushing rocks below. shredded balconies, half submerged staterooms. >>> back in oklahoma. a whole lot of neighbors and families have been wondering on and off for decades how it is their loved ones, daughter, sons and brothers could have vanished without a trace. tonight there finally may be some answers due to some old cars pulled from a lake after decades. >> reporter: highway patrol officers were training, using sonar technology on foss lake when they made a startling discovery. caked in mud was a teen dream, a 1969 camaro, near by, a collectible '52 chevy sitting nearly side by side. >> they were probably stolen vehicles, and we were going to hook onto them and get them out of here. >> reporter: they turned out to be a watery tomb for six people, three in each vehicle. this woman believes her grandfather may have been in the chevy. >> i can remember my dad getting in the car, taking my mom, and they would look and look and look. any trace. >> reporter: the camaro may be this one. he and two friends were last seen in it the fall of 1970, it's believed they may have hea
security. the a's host the oklahoma twins, folks will have to walk through a medal detector, and search bags and will be searched of their bags and anything else. >>> and the washington navy yard is reopening this morning, in a massachusetts shooting that left 12 dead and the shooter. we still don't know the motive. the department of veteran's affairs says 31-year-old visited two va hospitals in the weeks before the shooting complaining of insomnia. >>> families of shooting somes across the count real -- victims across the country will hold a meeting this morning and talk about gun buyers. >> what about our children? they have a right to live. >> yesterday, the group talked about what they call an epidemic of gun violence in the us. they includevictimsinclude victims of aurora, colorado, and newtown, connecticut. >>> and a sheriff wanted to buy guns back or allow current deputies were allowed to buy some of the weapons. the reordinance will be discussed later. >> tensions are growing between bart leaders and union leaders. the two sides won't meet until monday. the decision to call off
lines investigates the business of elderly care. >> this facility in oklahoma city provides the type of care most people would hope for in their golden years. it has very high standards, and above average staffing levels. but for the majority in the us who rely on government reimbursements for elderly care, like medicaid, the reality can be quite different. >> he pulled the light and nobody would come for an hour. so pretty early we were suspicious of the place. my dad would call frantic, every single morning, because feces and urine were running off the bed. >> continuing down the hallway, i see no staff helping people. i hear people crying out for help. nobody responding to them. >> abuses are hidden, sometimes coming to light only when suspicious family members plant hidden cameras. >> we just couldn't believe it. you didn't even want to look at it again, it was so terrible. >> what was going through your mind. >> just thinking about all the other times she may have been abused and we just happened to get that one on camera. >> fault lines had been contacted by a lawyer in south c
is cooperating with them. >> we are following breaking news in oklahoma where a fire and explosion at a chemical plant is forcing evacuations which is burning now an hour west of oklahoma city. firefighters have it contained and will let it burn itself out. we have a look from the ground right now at the scene and you can see officials say no employees were at the plant at the time and no injuries have been reported. investigators do not know the cause of the fire or explosion and we have what appears to be railroad tracks. a train has been knocked off the tracks so it is a big fire this morning. we will let you know more. workers are returning to the washington, dc navy yard three daze of at shooting spree that killed friends and colleagues while the navy tries to determine how warning signs about the gunman were missed. we are joined with the latest. >> good morning, eric, workers are back today and security is tight. we learned of a disturbing message from the killer on his gun. the washington, dc, navy yard re-opened this morning but questions still remain about the shooter. >> there were a
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of oklahoma, joshua landis. thank you for being with us again. you can join the conversation on facebook and on twitter. if you have not been watching the last few hours tom a there have been developments. the idea to bring in the act and -- international community to stockpile syria's weapons. here is what the secretary of state had to say in london. >> sure if he could turn over every bit of his chemical weapons to the international community in the next week, turn it over. all of it. without delay and allow a full and total accounting for that tomorrow but he is not about to do anything that cannot be done. >> about to do as said john kerry. then the russian foreign minister in the company of his syrian counterpart picking up the mantle. >> if establishing international control over chemical weapons in syria would allow the possibility of avoiding strikes, then we would immediately start working with damascus. and the pillow to the syrian administration, not only to put chemical weapons under international control but also further those weapons destruction. and to join the organizatio
, police pull two muddy cars from a lake in oklahoma. inside the bodies of six people. these people, though, have been missing for a long time. a major cold case break. we'll be live at the lake. >>> plus a newly crowned miss america will be with me live tonight. she was called a terrorist by some when she won. she responds, outfront. >>> our shoutout tonight. a man flirts with certain death. my customers can shop around-- see who does good work and compare costs. it doesn't usually work that way with health care. but with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and estimates for how much i'll pay. that helps me, and my guys, make better decisions. i don't like guesses with my business, and definitely not with our health. innovations that work for you. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> our fifth story outfront, could two cold cases from decades ago finally be solved? sort of out of the blue, i mean this is like what you read in one of those scandinavian murder mysteries. officials say two muddy cars were pulled from the bottom of a lake
... fluke discovery... in oklahoma .../ might... have solved... 2... long- forgotten... mysteries. in... 1970,.../ 3 teenagers in a 1969 camaro disappeared..../ and... the year before... in... april 1969,.../ three other people were driving around in a 1950s chevy... and... never seen again.../. more than... 40 years later... , 2 cars... matching those descriptions... were found... sitting... right next... to each other... in this lake.../. inside, police found the remains of 6 people, .../ 3... in each car..../ the oklahoma medical examiner ...will use dna... to identify the bodies,.../ but says ...it could take days, .../ maybe... years to do that. parents... in florida... are... outraged... oved a disturbing video... taken aboard... a school bus. this... cell phone... video... was recorded... by a 14 year old student... who... says... she was trying... to get proof... of her bus driver... swearing, .../ but... caught her doing this... instead... texting... behind the wheel..../ at... the... end of the video... , the... driver... appears to be drifting... into... the... other lane..
from oklahoma down into new mexico today. with that pattern shift not funneled in colorado, that has been a huge benefit to the area and rain much lighter. slowly, those floodwaters will recede. we basically had rain all week last week, which is a big part of my we saw such prolific rain and flooding. a lot of the watches and warnings today through new mexico, but as things slowly dry out in colorado, we still have all the warnings in effect in this part of the country. i popped up the radar that you can see again in oklahoma, that is where that is going to be today with that pattern shift. new mexico, too parts of oklahoma seeing that. here's the rain that we are expecting. a little bit potentially of light, if you have a band set up, there could be a little bit more, but overall, we have had the move and it is going to be anywhere from north texas into oklahoma, and texas is get, inc. it from bod ends. we have some tropical moisture in that direction, but great news for the flooding areas, it takes a while for all the water to rekeyed, but even if you just look at the recovery effo
recognize, george atkinson, iii, trying to keep the fighting irish in the game against oklahoma. . >> traveling up north, california no. 2 oregon. both games start later tonight. number 6 lsu facing number 9 georgia. georgia struck first. lsu answered the points. two tds on the day. bulldogs tied it at 14. aaron murray, back to chris conley in the end zone. a perfect shot on the day. 4th quarter lsu down, a play, 75-yard drive, jeremy hill, 8 yards out, georgia goes the other way. murray, 25 yards to justin scott, in the end zone. george regained the lead. they'll hang on to win it 44-41 your final. >>> the school with the best alumni, florida state. not the best pictures, the best alum notice. >> that would be me. okay. we will move on there. i guess we don't have that game. number 14 oklahoma faces 22nd ranked notre dame. not a good start for the fighting irish. the first game, there it is, all right. this is oklahoma city, notre dame. not a good start for the first drive. tommy reed hit as he throws into the hands of cory nelson. reset three interceptions in the game. george
. back in this country in oklahoma a handful of families and a lot of neighbors have been wondering off and on for decades how their loved ones, daughters, fathers, sons and brothers could have vanished without a trace. tonight there finally may be answers because of old cars just pulled out of a lake after being submerged for decades. our story tonight from nbc's janet shamlian in foss lake, oklahoma. >> reporter: highway patrol offers were training using sonar technology on foss lake when they made a startling discovery. caked in mud what was a teen dream at the time -- a 1969 cam row. nearby a collectible 52 chevy sitting nearly side by side in 12 feet of water. >> my expectation is they were probably stolen vehicles and we were probably going to hook onto them and get them out. >> reporter: they were a watery tomb for six people -- three in each vehicle. this woman believes her grandfather may have been in the chevy. >> i can remember my dad getting in the car, taking my mom. they would look and look. any trace. >> reporter: the camaro may be this one, belonging to 16-year-old jimmy
. officials say two muddy cars were pulled from the bottom of a lake in western oklahoma. and they contain the remains of six bodies. investigators say one car may belong to a teenager who disappeared with friends in 1970. and the other car could be linked to a case before those teens went missing. authorities are on the scene in foss lake, oklahoma trying to gather additional evidence, trying to figure out if this is related. ed lauvendera has the story. >> reporter: these cars have spent more than 40 years submerged at the bottom of foss lake in western oklahoma. investigators can peel apart the metal and hardware with their bare hands as they look for clues. two corroded rifles, a muddyed wallet and pursing and the remains of six people, three in each car. it's one fluke discovery that might have solved two long-forgotten mysteries in 1970, three teenagers in a 1969 camaro disappeared. the mystery of what happened to jimmy williams, michael rios and leah johnson made headlines in the local newspapers. and the year before in april of 1969, john alba porter and two friends were driving ar
was asked review and oklahoma statute that ay prohibit the use of drugs to have a medically induced abortion in the first month or so of a pregnancy. that would be a significant issue whether the roe right extends to validate a restriction. youstatute may say that have to follow fda guidelines on the use of the drugs or it may invoke the guidelines in a certain way that the drugs never actually could be used for medically induced abortions. there is an uncertainty about what the oklahoma law does so the supreme court invoked a relatively rare procedure where it sent to the case to the oklahoma supreme court to ask what it is this law does. if the oklahoma supreme court concludes it is a matter of oklahoma law that the law prohibits the use of the drug for medically induced abortions, then the supreme court could pick it up and it could present the first real look at roe v wade since the partial abortion cases. that cases on hold until we we hear from the state court of appeals. a follow on to the affordable care act case that don one on behalf of the administration may be coming to the su
. it is on the docket, not on the docket at the same time. the supreme court was asked to review an oklahoma statute that may prohibit the use of drugs to have a medically-induced abortion in the first month or so of a pregnancy. that would be a significant issue whether the roe right extends to validate a restriction. the statute may say that you have to follow fda guidelines on the use of the drugs, or it may invoke the guidelines in a certain way that the drugs never actually could be used for medically-induced abortions. there is an uncertainty about what the oklahoma law does, so the supreme court invoked a relatively rare procedure where it sent to the case to the oklahoma supreme court to ask what it is this law does. if the oklahoma supreme court concludes as a matter of oklahoma law that the law prohibits the use of the drug for medically-induced abortions, then the supreme court could pick it up and it could present the first real look at roe v. wade since the partial abortion cases. it could -- that case is on hold until we hear from the state court of appeals. a follow on to the afforda
another check in a little bit. right now we are following breaking news in oklahoma where a fire and explosion at a chemical laboratory is forcing evacuations. the fire broke out at 9:45 and is still burning right now an hour west of oklahoma city. firefighters have it contained to the building and are going to let it burn itself out. that could take several hours. officials say no employees were at the plant. the cause is not known. >> today is the final day, possibly, for the america's cup. we have a preview. matt? >> there are signs of team new zealand and team usa. you can see the team new zealand right here. at the bottom it says this is no second. that may not be true. if team new zealand wins one race they win the cup and team usa will be second. new zealand won yesterday, new zealand finished 15 seconds ahead of team oracle. new zealand could have won yesterday but the second race was postponed because of high win. >> we will stick by the limits. that is how it is. >> two more races scheduled for today. if new zealand wins either, a trophy sermon takes place a few hours a
testing on six sets of human remains found in two submerged cars in an oklahoma lake. a 1952 chevy and a '69 chevy camaro. now the discovery of the bodies has raised hopes that two cold cases dating back decades may soon be solved. ed lavandera tonight has new details on those cases. >> reporter: this was jimmy williams standing next to his bright blue 1969 camaro bought six days before he disappeared 43 years ago. a sweet driving muscle car that would be the envy of any teenage boy. this is what oklahoma investigators believe that car looks like now, a corroded jelly-like carcass found sitting at the bottom of the lake in western oklahoma. it was one of two cars found there this week containing the remains of six bodies. when williams and two other teenage friends disappeared in 1970, his family spread missing posters all over their hometown of oklahoma offering a $500 reward. the teenagers were believed to either be on their way to a football game or on a hunting expedition, no one really knows. but we did see investigators uncover two corroded rifles from the car. investigators
on this question will be postponed. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from oklahoma seek recognition? mr. cole: mr. speaker, by the direction of the committee on rules, i call up house resolution 352 and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the resolution. the clerk: house calendar number 55, house resolution 352, resolved, that upon adoption of this resolution it shall be in order to consider in the house the joint resolution h.j. res. 59, making continuing appropriations for fiscal year 2014, and for other purposes. all points of order against consideration of the joint resolution are waived. the amendment printed in the report of the committee on rules accompanying this resolution shall be considered as adopted. the joint resolution, as amended, shall be considered as read. all points of order against provisions in the joint resolution, as amended, are waived. the previous question shall be considered as ordered on the oint resolution, as amended, and on any amendment thereto to final passage without intervening motion exc
, hard-working production people. >> they'll just have to find themselves in shawny, oklahoma. roundhouse's recipe for success includes a narrow product offering, lean overhead, but that's what he can do. what can the u.s. as a country do to create an environment where it's more competitive with the rest of the world? there has been done extensive research. led major manufacturing operations around the world in ibm, eastman kodak and other large businesses. he joins us from massachusetts. willie, this is an area that you know about. were you surprised as i was that we were finding a guy in the garment industry what is that successful? >> i have to tip my hat to david. i think it's remarkable especially in the garment industry they have managed to stay global competitive operating out of oklahoma. i think that's the exception rather than the rule because we've seen an awful lot of work go out especially in industries that are labor intensive like garments. >> one thing that a country has to do to remain competitive is maintain its infrastructure. america's is not great. that's one area tha
. >>> in oklahoma a dry spring and a wet summer have created a cricket swarm of biblical proportions. the larger than usual mating season has filled the air of putrid odor. experts urge residents to be patient as they expect the invasion to last for several more weeks. bill karins is here with the national forecast. >> you don't want them crawling on you. but they don't bite us like mosquitoes. >> that many, i can't take. >> pretty soon your girl will be out catching them and bringing them home. if you're in new england, you're not worried about cricket this is morning. you're worried about finding the coats and hat. temperatures continue to be very cool. we have frost and freeze warnings in northern new england. it's now 42 degrees in vermont. temperatures are in the 40s as far south as scranton. when you're in the 40s, that's more than sweater weather. that's jacket weather. maybe not the hat and gloves, but it's chilly. this afternoon with glorious sunshine, it will be aet a great afternoon in new england. gabrielle is gone. we're not worried about that. the tropics remain quiet for the peak
states of missouri and oklahoma. missouri is about the same size at syrian neighbor, jordan. the population of oklahoma is about the same as lebanon. the resources of those two states, like the countries of jordan and lebanon, would be stressed to the max. crystal joriafa is the commissioner for european cooperation. >> imagine what the southern movement of a city that size means in terms of the increased pressure on the resources, such as education, health, security, for the countries hosting the refugees. >> reporter: and syrian refugees numbers would likely grow in the event of american missile strikes again the assad regime. many syrian christians are finding help and refuge right here in lebanon's macau valley. their churches, homes, and livelihood have been destroyed. many christians, like nicholas george, have lost family members. he owned a small grocery store in syria, but he fled to lebanon because the war caused his business to fail. >> because of the fighting, everyone in my area was stuck inside their house. they could not buy anything. it was very dangerous for
as monetary, $2 billion. second billion dollar weather disaster in the country, the first was moore, oklahoma. that's what happened here. the disaster down to a resort area right near acapulco, horrible on the coast of mexico. hurricane manuel continues to churn the coastal areas down there. we feel for them already. 80 dead. as far as what we're dealing with if the northwest, this is your day of, you know, one more nice day then there's that storm that's just off the coast that's going to be moving on shore in the days ahead. hype is bringing us a cool, crisp morning in the rockies. nice afternoon, pretty tranquil weather pattern. warm in the desert southwest. not as hot as we had been. went from the mid 105, 107 range to 101 in phoenix. tucson, same for you. vegas, 93. we finally cooled it off in boise and salt lake city after a very hot summer. even areas of central california have cooled it off. today's a nice day. it looks like that storm in the northwest will be moving in in the days ahead. that's ydiego either. enjoy. this is it. this is probably as beautiful as we'll get for awhile. >
in thomas, oklahoma has now been contained. the fire broke you the late last night at chemical company danlin industries. it's unclear if residents have returned now that the fire is under control. no fatalities were reported. >> investigators in oklahoma may finally solve a cold case mystery. officials are examining human remains found in these two vehicles at the bottom of a lake. they are believed to be that of a group of local high school students who went missing in the 1970's. one of the bodies has been identified, but the name withheld until family is notified. the remains were found during a training exercise tuesday and believed to have been submerged for decades. >> i'm john henry smith. his fights against muhammed ali are the stuff of legend, famously breaking his jaw. he had norton finished his career with a record of 42-7-1, 33 of norton's wins were by knock crowd. ken norton was 70 years old. >> in fastball, mid season blockbusters are not very common at all. the news that cleveland has traded second year running back trent richardson is quite the shocker. >> he kept runn
and into portions of oklahoma. a strong thunderstorm rakes through, noting too ang across oklahoma city. we will continue to have to deal with heavy rain across dallas. a heavy third storm is pushing through. beautiful day, not looking at much clouds across the sky, temperatures will be in the 70s. richelle back to you. >> jelelah thanks pow. >>> the $1 descrik 06 million ly filled with president washington's books and manuscripts opened friday. inside story is next and you can always go to our website, aljazeera.com.
texas. the heaviest of the rain falling across oklahoma that sweeps into missouri. we're looking at strong thunderstorms right now just to the east of oklahoma city along i-35 all the way down into dallas where strong thunderstorms push on through right now. we'll continue to monitor this cold front. by tomorrow it will be cooler. in chicago with the high coming in at 72. high pressure will build, sunshine is on the way, and it will feel like a comfortable day and look like a beautiful day. in the northeast we have few clouds floating around in the skies. mostly sunny skies in new york and will climb to a daytime high of 72. we'll reach a high of 74. we could see a reach of body shower of 73 but gets closer to 80 on tuesday and wednesday. >> wisconsin's governor signed an emergency funding for a ridge after one part of it sagged. they're trying to determine what caused the damage to the bridge in greenbay. the government would provide federal money for the repairs. the bridge has been closed since wednesday. >>> everything is bigger in texas, so the saying is go. this is very tru
and there was a 30-minute communication blackout just before the flames engulfed the men. >>> in oklahoma a man is on the run right now accused of trying to run over three police officers. oklahoma city police were serving a warrant for drug complaints when they say james morgan hopped in his car, then tried to run over the officers. after a short police chase morgan crashed his car and got away on foot. authorities are still searching for him. police say he'll now face a slew of felony charges in addition to those drug complaints. >>> a terrifying walk in the park for a mom and her baby in new york city. mary jane jarmon and her 8-month-old son were on their daily walk through henry hudson park when a strange man approached them yelling and screaming. he was also carrying a broken glass bottle. imagine how scary this. the young mom quickly grabbed a bike pump she carried in her stroller and started swinging. >> he got me in a bear hug at one point and down on the ground. you kept hitting him and he took off. >> the mom and baby were shaken up after the attack but they are just thankful they ar
from our cbn news bureau in washington. john? >> gordon, four christian universities in oklahoma have filed suit against the obamacare birth control mandate. southern nazarene university, oklahoma, baptist and mid america chris chance university argue the mandate violates their beliefs. one school cited its commitment to support the unborn. god is god, not the government, and we must obey god rather than men. >>> kenya has begun three days of mourning for those killed in this week's deadly mall attack. islamic terrorists wounded 60 people and wounded hundred others. five americans among the wounded. the death toll is expected to rise because bodies are still trapped under the rub he will. officials now control the mall after the four-day standoff. there are fears some terrorists could be hiding. the mall attack was the deadliest scare since the 1 08 bombing embassy which killed 200 people. >>> worried not to be fooled by the peaceful words of iran's new president. he told the united nations his country wants to restart nuclear negotiationses, but spokesman warns iran will do whatever
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